If you want to turn your passion for cars into a career, Ohio Technical College (OTC) is the place for you. OTC provides vocational training programs in every area of the automotive industry, including:
- High Performance
This variety of training programs enables you to specialize in the area of your choice. OTC even offers manufacturer-specific programs for BMW and Volvo, should you want to enhance your employability further.
Most OTC programs lead to associate’s degrees, and can usually be completed in 72 weeks. Other more specialized courses are shorter in length, but may have prerequisites. For example, the Generator Power Systems course runs just 12 weeks, but requires completion of one of the school’s diesel programs.
Financial aid is available for most OTC programs. In addition to federal aid, the school sponsors some scholarship programs, and offers suggestions for relevant outside scholarships on its website.
The only admissions requirement for Ohio Technical College is a high school diploma or GED. If you’re interested in attending OTC, fill out the information request form on the school’s website to get started.
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